A cotton top can’t be beat. It’s soft. It breathes. And it’s super comfortable.
Now we don’t want to bore you with numbers and science, but the problem is that the cultivation of cotton uses an intense amount of pesticides and insecticides. It also uses lots of water. And it puts off a lot of CO2.
The beauty of organic cotton is that is doesn’t require all those agrichemicals. It also uses way less water to cultivate (91%, according to studies), because it depends on natural rainfall and healthier, more water absorbent soils. Best of all, it generates 46% less CO2 to grow.
So that beautiful, super soft cotton top, is even more comfy and gorgeous when it’s made from organic cotton. Organic cotton may cost a bit more, but at Convert we believe it’s worth it.
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